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from them in 9 minutes. >>> student protest wrapped up at university of california at berkeley today. they want tuition cut now that prop 30 passed. ktvu's sal castaneda is live with how today's action is a far cry from what happened a year ago. >> reporter: for one thing the protesters have left, although these are a lot of students walking by, walk ugway from -- walking away from class. they say they were protesting to make higher education affordable to all. >> reporter: many braved the wind and the rain for a walk out and rally to demand tuition reductions now that prop 30 has passed. at one point it was pouring but that didn't dampen the spirit of the crowd. today's demonstration comes near the first anniversary of the occupy cal movement. last year police and protesters clashed when tents were removed. this year the demonstration has been noisy but peaceful so far. after the noon rally the crowd marched where meetings were held. they wanted to make sure the money raised by prop 30 gets used for public education. >> right now the money is not guaranteed to go to public education
in these red books could be among the first three strikers in california to be released under the newly passed proposition 36. >> this county was pro active because as the district attorney, i supported proposition 36. >> reporter: district attorney jeff rosen got ahead of the curve and began compiling the list even before the votes were cast. >> i thought that reforming the "three strikes" law in this way would make the punishment fit the crime. >> reporter: santa clara county has 550 three strikes cases where inmates are serving sentences of 25 years to life in prison. of those, the d.a. determined 118 cases are eligible for early release under prop 36. they are cases that involve nonviolent offenders who have been already served as many as 10 years in prison. >> a typical fact pattern being prior burglary offenses and the new offense being drug possession or petty theft or writhing a bad check. >> reporter: this man supports prop 36 because it refocuses three strikes on the violent offenders. >> it's more fair because sometimes it takes people a while to learn from their mistakes and the la
, california pizza kitchen, and denny's are offering meals or food items. hooters will have free wings, and krispy kreme its famous donuts. applebees, chili's and olive garden are also providing free meals to any hero who stops by on monday. still to come, what was behind the market sell-off following president obama's election win? traders share their opinions later in traders unplugged. but first, in the wake of superstorm sandy, business owners are looking into disaster recovery options. learn how to protect yourself next, with bill moller. recently 2 east coast storms in 2 weeks. the weather can really wreak havoc, not just with lives of citizens, but also with the smooth operation of businesses. companies protect themselves, of course, with insurance, but more & more companies are implementing disaster recovery systems. let's talk with curtis peterson. he's vice president of operations for ringcentral, a cloud business phone system provider. and curtis, a business insures the hardware, but the point is they also need to back up the software, and that's what disaster recovery is al
says the quality of california will vastly improve and some analysts predict the s&p will upgrade the credit ratings. a new law in southern california requiring performers to wear condoms is being seen as a possible bomb las vegas adult industry. los angeles county voters approve the measure which also requires film producers to get permits from the county department of health. it is fiercely opposed by the adult industry, and filmmakers have threatened to move all the operations out of the valley possibly in place of las vegas. stocks now every 15 minutes. the markets were just off of the session highs, but we are kind of holding in there, which is nice. >> if you want to see the bright spot is in the tech heavy nasdaq. the best performer in the major averages off more than a percent. s&p 500, the worst performer, but still holding onto about a 33-point gain. nice to see some green after two days of heavy selling in the market. one loser today, however, certain related jcpenney. taking a big hit after announcing same-store sales for the last quarter fell 26%, this is a mid-a big
? >> will do the numbers. in california, there is a disproportionate amount of hispanics. as california goes, it is a great essay. a lot of argument -- i mean come you guys like that. saying you republicans have to figure out your problem. shannon: think of all the fun you'll have in the next four years. great to see both, thank you very much. >> the country has as one week to meet a critical deadline for rolling out obamacare. doctor marc siegel is next on what it means for you. after decades behind bars, a man is released that his ex may have framed him for double murder. answers about what happens now and trace gallagher investigate. >> the family was altogether. we had pizza and i allowed myself one beer. after 30 years. it was a little bit hesitant to go beyond that point. but we spent the evening together, and it was great shannon: seven days until a critical deadline on decisions that will change life as citizens. next friday is the day that governors must report to the federal government and constitution of major health care reform will take place. marc siegel is professor at nyu med
of snow in montana, idaho, utah. showers along the california coast. some light rain in the dakotas. drier in the northeast. a chilly morning in the southeast. >> 70s from miami to new orleans. 50s in the northwest. and midwest. 40s from seattle to portland. >> with veterans' day almost upon us, college sports is going all out to support the vets and military in general. one way that is happening, tonight on the flight deck of the decommissioned aircraft carrier, the "u.s.s. yorktown." >> they have a double-header on tap. first, the women of notre dame taking on the ohio state university buckeyes. then it's the buckeyes' men's team facing marquette. also in germany tonight, msu spartans taking on uconn. >> we should note that espn's "college gameday" is being done live from the deck of the carrier "u.s.s. san diego" in port in san diego. they do that. kind of cool. >> nice little tribute for sure. >>> well, parents, we have another segment of "parent picks" in the works. i know you can relate to how stressful it can be to travel over the holidays with kids. it is really not fun, let me tel
in this category. i pick a flight needing the wifi if i have to get to california it's an issue. >> we waited until we could get big pipe satellite based broadband. it's not your grandfather's wifi, it will be the real thing. >> stream video? >> we'll have on board streaming video. >> people on kayak looking for cheap flights from somewhere else? >> on kayak -- >> you don't have wifi? i don't know, i'm not allowed to turn on my things once i'm flying. >> yes, you are. >> above 10,000 feet. >> i know we have to go. can you explain this, why can't you use your phone on the ground? >> because there's an faa rule against it. >> does that rule make sense to you really? >> doesn't make a lot of sense to me, no. >> anything else? >> no more free peanuts. >> this poor guy walked in and had to deal with all of our complaints. >> i'll get you all the peanuts you want. >> i like paying for the -- i can finally get something i want. >> i like that, too, i don't mind that at all, it's something i want to pick up versus something else. >> is that really chicken? that's what i want to know. i saw one with three l
to a ruthless new york city gang leader to a california oil baron. >> i'm better at digging holes in the ground than making speeches. >> i began to hear a voice that as i grew closer to the man, seemed to give me the full expression of his character. >> with lincoln, that express is winning over movie goers, far more demanding than film critics. historians -- >> which wish we could hear him. i think this is as close as we'll come. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," seth doane, new york. >> a wonderful piece. and secondly i can never get enough lincoln. >> i know. i know. now everybody wants to read the book and see the movie. daniel day lewis, charlie, it makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, especially when you see he's from another country. the movie is based in part on the best-selling book "team and rivals: the political genius of abraham lincoln" published by simon and schuster which is owned by cbs. the author is doris kearns goodwin. she'll join us on monday for a google plus hangout. she'll discuss the book her consulting for the
to a gang leader to a california oil baron. he said finding the voice is always a vital part of his process. >> i'm better digging holes in the ground than making speeches. >> i began to hear a voice that as i grew closer to the man, seemed to give me the full expression of his character. >> reporter: with lincoln that expression is winning over movie goers. far more demanding than film critics. >> we wish we could hear him and this is about as close as we'll ever come. >> reporter: for cbs "this morning," seth doane, new york. >> wonderful piece. and secondly i can never get enough lincoln dmip. now everybody wants to read the book and see the movie. daniel day-lewis, it makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up whips see he's from another country. extraordinary. extraordinary movie. the movie is based in part based on the book "team of rivals." it's published busy monday and shuster which is a division of cbs and our featured book for cbs "this morning" read. the author is doris kearns goodwin. she will join us on the web this monday. she will discuss the book, her consulting for
around the marijuana shops in california. l.a.p.d. and drug enforcement agency seen crime rates since legalization really take off. there is tripling in the number of robberies around marijuana clubs. 57% increase in aggravated assault. 131% jump in robberies from cars. this is all, crime rate since legalization around the medical marijuana shops. so again, you know, basically, this is controlled substance according to the federal government. it is addictive. has zero medical value. this dates back since the 1970s when richard nixon first outlawed marijuana, even --. ashley: can be arrested by federal official in colorado, marijuana charge? >> you could. up to the u.s. state attorneys general if they will pick up the federal state fight. states will say you can't, can't tell us what is illegal when we enacted a law legalizing it. so it is a big states right issue. yeah. ashley: emac, thank you very much. >> sure. ashley: interesting stuff. tracy: good to know the denver broncos will not be high. ashley: they play in the mile-high city. tracy: there is that. how about this? chrysler re
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